MKDIR(2)                                                 MKDIR(2)

     NAME
          mkdir, rmdir - make or remove a directory

     SYNOPSIS
          mkdir(name, mode)
          char *name;

          rmdir(name)
          char *name;

     DESCRIPTION
          Mkdir creates a new directory whose name is the null-
          terminated string pointed to by name. The mode of the direc-
          tory is initialized from mode, modified by the current mode
          mask (umask(2)).  The directory is initialized with two
          entries: . points to the directory itself, .. to its parent.

          Rmdir removes the directory name, which must be empty.

     SEE ALSO
          mkdir(1), rmdir(1), mknod(2)

     DIAGNOSTICS
          Mkdir returns 0 on success, -1 if the directory already
          exists or if the user has no write permissions in the parent
          directory.

          Rmdir returns 0 on success, -1 if the directory doesn't
          exist, isn't empty, isn't a directory, or is the root of a
          filesystem.

     BUGS
          Rmdir will happily remove a non-empty directory, leaving any
          files therein orphaned.  This is easy to fix, but nobody has
          bothered.